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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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shame

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1 1, 94 | what the Philosopher says, "Shame, which ~regards what is 2 2, 24 | is clear in the ~case of "shame" which is base fear; and 3 2, 39 | of something else: ~thus shame is said to be good, on the 4 2, 41 | laziness, shamefacedness, ~shame, amazement, stupor, and 5 2, 41 | laziness, shamefacedness, and shame, which regard our ~own actions, 6 2, 41 | above (AA[1], 2). But ~"shame regards a disgraceful deed 7 2, 41 | Hom. xx.] says. Therefore shame is not a species of ~fear.~ 8 2, 41 | already done, there is ~"shame."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[41] A[ 9 2, 41 | laziness, ~shamefacedness, and shame are reckoned as species 10 2, 41 | disgrace: and in this sense shame is a species of fear.~Aquin.: 11 2, 42 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, shame is a kind of fear, as stated 12 2, 42 | above (Q[41], A[4]). ~But shame regards a disgraceful deed, 13 2, 42 | above (Q[41], A[4], ad 2,3), shame is not fear of ~the very 14 2, 44 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, shame is a kind of fear, as stated 15 2, 44 | iv, 9). But the evil that shame fears, ~is contrary, not 16 2, 48 | that are desired, savor of shame ~and voluptuousness, wherein 17 2, 73 | less guilt, but of more shame than spiritual sins.~Aquin.: 18 2, 75 | loses ~grace, or charity, or shame, or anything else that withdraws 19 2, 97 | absurd, and a detestable shame, that we should suffer those 20 2, 102 | disgraced by the ~mother's shame: which was most of all to 21 2, 3 | of faith, viz. fear ~or shame, is not the proper and direct 22 2, 30 | weakness; ~and sometimes the shame which proclaims his good 23 2, 31 | disgrace: since perhaps from shame he might ~begin to defend 24 2, 44 | that "a fool ~is one whom shame does not incite to sorrow, 25 2, 62 | an unhappy life, or the shame of sin. Therefore a man 26 2, 64 | because it is a sign of shame, and ~because it removes 27 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, shame is fear about a wicked deed, 28 2, 70 | word or deed revile and shame ~others."~Aquin.: SMT SS 29 2, 71 | fear negligence, or even shame, he sins ~indeed, but much 30 2, 73 | reprehensible ~which puts him to shame. Now such are sins; and 31 2, 73 | too the derider intends to shame ~the person he derides. 32 2, 105 | benefactor wishing not to shame the person on whom he is 33 2, 113 | turned away blushing for shame that say ~to me: 'Tis well, ' 34 2, 114 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, shame is fear of what is vile, 35 2, 114 | stated in the objection, shame regards the vileness of 36 2, 123 | through fear of slavery or shame. Thus Augustine ~relates ( 37 2, 127 | obtain honor even as to avoid shame, men set ~aside all other 38 2, 133 | sinful, they do not bring shame on a ~man, since neither 39 2, 142 | I have borne reproach, ~shame hath covered my face." Therefore 40 2, 142 | 6) that "men take more ~shame from those who retail their 41 2, 142 | Therefore one should not take shame chiefly from ~them.~Aquin.: 42 2, 142 | brought to a greater sense of shame. Hence children and the 43 2, 142 | animals inspire no one with shame, by reason of their lack 44 2, 142 | do, inspire ~us with no shame at all.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 45 2, 142 | Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly shame may be lacking in a person 46 2, 142 | steeped in sin are without ~shame, for instead of disapproving 47 2, 142 | says (Ethic. iv, 9) that "shame is in the virtuous ~hypothetically."~ 48 2, 142 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Lack of shame occurs in the best and in 49 2, 142 | Nevertheless, to a certain extent, shame, ~like the other passions, 50 2, 149 | which is ~equivalent to shame. Now shame, according to 51 2, 149 | equivalent to shame. Now shame, according to Damascene [* 52 2, 149 | pudor," which signifies shame. Hence purity must needs 53 2, 149 | marriage, is not devoid of shame: and this because the ~movement 54 2, 152 | knows neither honor nor shame, ~acknowledge their disgrace 55 2, 162 | ignominy and to cover the shame of those members wherein 56 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, "Shame is about that which is disgraceful," 57 3, 25 | it will appear as His ~shame: but if we consider its 58 3, 27 | other hand, the Mother's shame would ~have reflected on 59 3, 44 | or that he may avenge the shame of having been cast out." 60 3, 46 | the cross, despising the shame."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 61 3, 49 | hell; thirdly, as to the shame and mockeries He ~endured; 62 3, 52 | thither He put them to ~shame for their unbelief and wickedness: 63 3, 52 | belief, but to put them to shame for their unbelief, ~since 64 3, 52 | namely, the lost, to their shame and confusion. ~Accordingly 65 3, 52 | and the sun ~be put to shame," etc.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 66 3, 55 | belief. Hence, to put to shame ~the faith of some men, 67 3, 57 | to put the unbeliever to shame"; ~wherefore he goes on 68 3, 63 | wicked as ~increasing their shame: just as the character of 69 3, 67 | 1 Cor. 14:35: ~"It is a shame for a woman to speak in 70 3, 68 | penal, by reason of the shame it ~inflicts on the one 71 3, 69 | live for a little time in shame and ~suffering; so did Christ 72 3, 72 | things - by fear and by shame. Now both these things betray ~ 73 3, 72 | that neither fear nor shame may hinder him from confessing 74 3, 80 | for, once the blush of shame is set aside, they will ~ 75 3, 85 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 9), "shame is ~not a virtue," both 76 3, 85 | penance ~rather than to shame. Because shame regards the 77 3, 85 | rather than to shame. Because shame regards the evil deed as 78 Suppl, 4 | we be ~ashamed of it. But shame for sin does not last all 79 Suppl, 4 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Shame regards sin only as a disgraceful 80 Suppl, 4 | is no further motive ~for shame; but there does remain a 81 Suppl, 6 | punishment by undergoing the ~shame of confession, by the power 82 Suppl, 7 | self-accusation through shame for what he has done, which 83 Suppl, 7 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, shame is a part of temperance. 84 Suppl, 7 | confession arises ~from shame, as appears in the definition 85 Suppl, 7 | OBJ 2: In that definition shame is not mentioned as the 86 Suppl, 7 | from punishment (because shame ~is in itself a punishment), 87 Suppl, 8 | confession, through either ~fear, shame, or something else of the 88 Suppl, 8 | remitted, both by reason of the shame in confessing, ~which is 89 Suppl, 9 | sins to one priest. For ~shame conduces to the diminution 90 Suppl, 9 | confesses, the greater his shame. ~Therefore confession is 91 Suppl, 9 | OBJ 1: Although a man's shame is multiplied when he makes 92 Suppl, 9 | not be forsaken through shame.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[4] 93 Suppl, 9 | confession should be "full of shame," so as not to be ~a boastful 94 Suppl, 10| act has the ~punishment of shame attached to it, so that 95 Suppl, 10| causes in ~virtue of the shame which it includes, and by 96 Suppl, 10| concerned: but so far as the shame of confessing a sin ~diminishes 97 Suppl, 10| man ~does not express his shame, through failing to confess 98 Suppl, 18| account of the merit of the shame.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 99 Suppl, 20| and for the sake of less shame. If, however, he ~were to 100 Suppl, 21| that he may blush with ~shame, she imitates the judgment 101 Suppl, 49| De Fide Orth. ii, 15), shame is ~only caused by a disgraceful 102 Suppl, 49| deprive ~that deed of its shame. Therefore they cannot excuse 103 Suppl, 49| marriage act and ~always causes shame is the turpitude of punishment, 104 Suppl, 62| 1~Reply OBJ 2: The very shame of having been divorced 105 Suppl, 64| debt, but is silent through shame. And so even though she 106 Suppl, 64| always have to undergo the shame of asking for the debt, 107 Suppl, 65| concubine ~are children of shame. But this would not be so 108 Suppl, 78| of sex there will be no shame in seeing one another, since ~ 109 Suppl, 78| which are the cause ~of shame.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 110 Suppl, 84| of another, each sinner's shame would be much diminished, ~ 111 Suppl, 84| be to their confusion or shame, ~as neither does it bring 112 Suppl, 84| recalled in the Church, because shame is "fear of disgrace," as ~ 113 Suppl, 84| owing to the fact that shame regards the esteem of men, 114 Suppl, 91| mind, as in the ~case of shame pity and repentance for


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